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Wonderful Ballet Images!
Awesome. You are the Sayer I found in 2007. I thought it was Thayer and had trouble finding you webs. I am writing this to thank you for your music studio. I have used your studio pictures as a template for my own studio. Thanks. I love your photography also.
Michael Sean Thomas
Liked the pics from MD ren-fest. I'm going this weekend again rain or shine. Hopefully my chainmail can handle it.
Really enjoyed your Shenandoah N P gallery. I'll be visiting there soon and your photos give me clues of places to see. You do some great work.
awesome gallery, enjoyed the cicada killer wasp
hey do u have to pay anything for your account if u dont put any images on pbase
Best wishes to you and all dear to you also . Have Blessed Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Jerry Krause Sr
Have a happy and safe Holiday Sayer... Merry Christmas to you and yours..
Jesse J. Virden, Jr.
I'm glad I had the opportunity to meet you at Kensington Park(11.14.09). I have and can learn so much from viewing your galleries. I'm kind've new at digital photography and I still have a lot to learn. I did give you my flickr account and I would aprreciate if you would look at it and comment. ( flickr.com/photos/essejphoto )
Seeing how much work you have done recently on your galleries I suspect some sleepless nights. :-( Look forward to exploring them. - MB
Wishing you the Happiest of Holidays from all your friends back in Virginia. We all miss having you in our world and think of you often. All the old places are not the same without you.
Incredible! You are very talented. I hope the younger genertion can see these photos appreciate what they may miss if they do not take care of the Earth.
Sayer, hope all's well--you asked me to let you know if I decided to sell the Mark II and I'm going to do that as I just bought a Mark III this morning (don't have it yet). It has 21,000 actuations now but in very good shape, and I have the box, manual, software, charger, etc. If you are interested, let me know. My pbase id has been changed to dawncampbell so pbase.com/dawncampbell. Thanks! dawn
Whew!! Well, I haven't looked at all your galleries yet, they indeed need to be savored. Some of your dance photos took my breath away...'just incredible. Of course, I loved your pics of D.C.!
Louise (Tricia's Louise):)
Hello! Your photos are beautiful!! What kind of camera do you use? Thanks!
Hey Sayer, just looking around pbase, and came across your galleries. Awesome inspiration for me, I've just gotten my first digital SLR camera last month, and am starting out getting to know it, aiming for shots even half as good as your stunning work here!!
I enjoyed a pleasant wander through your galleries and feel challenged to emulate your brilliant work. All very inspiring. I will return to browse some more and I have you in my favourites.
I got this URL from your wife. When are we going to see you on the tennis courts?
From a fellow tennis player,
Dean Eades BirdMad - BirdGuides Photo of the Year Winner
This is stellar work. If I ever see you, I might just ask for your signature.
Your galleries are amazing! I especially like the Shenandoah National Park... Great work!
I stumbled upon your pictures by chance and I'm so glad that I did.
Loved your dragonflies! Wow! Nice detail on the eyes! You are definately a favorite from now on!
I've just been exploring your galleries...as I'm sure you can see by my numerous comments. I am absolutely blown away by your work. Thank you so much for sharing your photos with us in this way. It's so generous of you.
BTW I grew up in Falls Church back in the 40s & 50s. Graduated from George Mason Jr. Sr. HS in 1960. If I remember correctly, we used to play Herndon in sports. Small world.
James Giovanni Pan
You have an abundant of superb images! The details, composition, lighting, colors - all are so masterfully controlled. You have a keen sense that only a few possess. You truly are an inspiration to us all!
It's your nephew Chris! Very nice pictures. You should take some pictures of urban landscapes at night or while the sun is going down. I think it would look pretty cool with all of the lights and etc.
Your Koi and pond are beautiful. I just started my first pond (218 gal) in my small Alexandria backyard. I only have one right now. Are you selling any of them?
Amazing photos, email@example.com.
awsome macro shots!! great skills and tecnique too! did you have to use a flash ring?
Stephen C. Gushue
I had the pleasure of spending time in your Interesting Insects gallery and found the time well spent. The end product is polished and most impressive. I know how hard it is to capture these images and you should know that there are people out there who appreciate seeing the end product of your labors. Simply fantastic work! I will be back to see your other galleries. Stephen
i love macro and was led to your galleries by another member. im putting you on my favorites list and coming back for a longer look
I'll be checking back and commenting regularly. ;-)
It was great fun going through your galleries. Keep up the good work. I promise to check back often. :-)
I have been a professional photographer for 35 years and I am very impressed with the vision and beauty you bring to your photography. Is the Canon 350D that good or is it you? I belive it must be you and your talented eye.
Great photography!! We especially liked the balloons and the people. Wish our Fuji S2 looked that good out of the camera room. Keep shooting and post many more (close-ups of people's faces, I'd love to see what you would do)
I checked out your dragonfly and other nature images and not bad for just starting photography this summer. I've been at this for over 30 years and still learning. I will offer one helpful hint to your dragonfly photography, shoot only in good light. Early morning and late afternoon are the best times; try to stay away from shooting them in bright sunlight. Because of the fairly reflective exoskeleton of DF's, sunlight produces too much glare which is very distracting and will not produce an evenly lit subject.
Anyway, your images are very nice and it shows you have much potential in nature photography, good luck.
We are just outside of Washington DC. We do spend a lot of time around the pond. It brings us much joy, especially knowing that we did it ourselves.
The sad part is that we are rapidly approaching that time of year when the pond starts to grow dormant. Well.... there's always spring looming on the horizon. :)
this is most beautiful. I don`t know where you are located, but I would be spending all my time out there!! Thank you so much for sharing.
A few of your favorites have become my favorite! Excellent collection
Some of your macro shots are unbelievable. Thanks for sharing.
How do yo get your fly pictures so much bigger than the 1:1 that your Sigma 105 should give you.
I'm dazzled and highly impressed!